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Present a session at the 2015 NEATE conference, "Empowered Teachers, Engaged Students: Building Our Capacity to Reach All Learners."  Follow this link to the Call for Proposals.

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Mark your calendar! NEATE's 2015 Conference is here!

Empowered Teachers, Engaged Students: Building Our Capacity to Reach All Learners will be held October 30-31, 2015, at the Holiday Inn, Mansfield, Massachusetts

Keynote speakers at the 2015 conference will be Sonia Nieto, author of many books on multicultural education and teacher resilience, and Tom Newkirk, a leading authority on writing and literacy.

Conference sessions will help teachers to increase their skills, knowledge, and confidence in ways that will empower them to make the ELA classroom more accessible and relevant to all learners.  Proposals that fit the following three strands are especially welcome:

  • Journeying toward Justice: Revising curriculum and pedagogy to include multicultural content and social justice - to encourage all learners to succeed.

  • Designing for Differentiation: Creating units and lessons that provide multiple means of representation, expression, and engagement - to enable all learners to succeed.

  • Teaching with Technology: Incorporating digital tools and content that add value, increase engagement, and foster collaboration - to empower all learners to succeed.


See the conference call for proposals.

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